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I find my usage of jQuery scaling in proportion with user expectations and RIA app. development. Problem is, I'm no jQuery Guru. I am looking for some nice practices that also do not require a deep knowledge of js/jquery.

An article I ran across today inspired me to ask this question. Is there such a simple set of general guidelines for jQuery? I have not read "javascript the good parts" as of yet, so looking for some basic stuff.

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The closest I've found is Javascript Best Practices from the Opera Dev team (link's dead, see web.archive.org or Github commit for the corresponding content). Is is very similar in style to the SMACCS article. It's not jQuery specific, but it's not as if there's anything you would do different in javascript just because you're using jQuery... I think

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